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Mauna Kea Resort Sales Update (December 2012)

Real estate sales on the Mauna Kea Resort have been steady over the past six months. Since June 1, 2012, six condos/town-homes have sold with closed prices ranging from $674,400 to $1,750,000. Two vacant land parcels sold for just under $1,000,000 and one residential/single-family home (in the North Fairways) sold for $3,420,000. There are currently two properties in escrow on the Mauna Kea Resort.

Largest Area of Inventory Currently Available at Mauna Kea Resort

With 8 available properties, the largest area of inventory currently available on the Mauna Kea Resort are single-family homes within the North and South Fairways communities.

These homes range in asking price from $1,895,000 to $5,695,000. Both of these communities are located through the Mauna Kea Resort North Gate. The North Fairways includes two gated communities on the right-hand side once through the gate and The South Fairways is located just to the left through the gate.

Sweeping ocean views from an available residence at Mauna Kea Fairways North

Additionally, there are also three currently listed condos/town-homes ranging from $639,000 to $2,400,000, seven vacant lots ranging from $549,999 to $3,750,000, and the Grand Dame of Mauna Kea “Maumae” featuring 8.39 acres of oceanfront property with two residences priced at $32,000,000.

Signature Features of the Mauna Kea Resort

The naturally sloping terrain of Mauna Kea is one of the resort’s signature features, providing for sweeping ocean views from the majority of residences. The most notable feature at Mauna Kea Resort, however, will always be the quarter-mile of pristine white-sand beach, fronted by the Hau Tree Beach Restaurant, the Copper Terrace, Manta Restaurant, the Beach Bar, and the Luau Grounds.

Maumae Beach, through the Mauna Kea Beach Resort gate

It’s always a beautiful day on the Mauna Kea Resort! Call (808.896.3348) or email (Kathryn@HawaiiLife.com) Kathryn to learn more about Mauna Kea real estate.

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